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When things don’t go according to plan…

We came back from our vacations happy and eager to begin a new working year and meet new students for our teacher training courses. However when we opened our doors we were greeted by an unexpected situation that was completely out of our hands and yet, we are doing our best to try and fix it now. It filtered inside our studio and flooded our beautiful bamboo floor!

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Summer at Yogalinda

What is it that we love so much about summer? Maybe it’s the beach, the sun or travelling around. Here at Yogalinda we enjoy all of that as well, but what really makes us happy are the longer hours of light during the day. It feels like having enough time to do our jobs, spend quality moments with our friends and family and with ourselves, either reading a book, exercising, practicing yoga or meditating.

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International Yoga day

On December the 11th, 2014, the United Nations General Assembly recognized the worldwide importance of Yoga and proclaimed the 21st of June as International Yoga Day.

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Learn how to move nutritionally: Katy Bowman in Barcelona

Katy Bowman I don't know about you, but until recently, I did not consider myself to be a sedentary person. I do yoga, ride my bike, I like to dance, swim, take walks in the forest… However, it is also true that my job as a translatorRead more

What is ‘Hot Yoga’ really?

Hot Yoga is a general term for Yoga practiced in a heated room of 38-40°C, just as ‘Yoga’ is the general term for the practice of ‘Asanas’ (or physical postures). Which means that ‘Hot Yoga’, could be any style of Yoga, such as Ashtanga, Vinyasa, Yin, Restorative, Hatha, Bikram or Power Yoga, practiced at 40°C. If for example you place the word, ‘Hot’, in front of Ashtanga, it would be an Ashtanga class taught in a room with the temperature elevated to 40°C.

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Healing the Whole Person: Teaching Yoga and Mindfulness for Cancer

A cancer diagnosis is no longer a death sentence. Nowadays, 50% of people with a cancer diagnosis will survive for ten years or more and the survival rate has more than doubled in the last 40 years. Read article by Morven Hamilton: A YAP accredited Senior Yoga Teacher and teacher trainer, Morven Hamilton has been practicing yoga since 1995 and teaching it since 2008.

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Spring is here!

There is sunlight all around us; you can still see it until a little after 8m! Life begins to accelerate; we’re now thinking about changes in our winter routine, different kinds of meals, new seasonal fruits to enjoy, dinners with friends outside, and, we’re also thinking about

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Why do we continue studying?

We can always be much better than what we are today, but how? There’s a very simple answer: you must keep on with your studies, learning and practicing every day so that you become the best version of yourself. You could grab a book and study on your own, or you could watch a YouTube video and practice back home at your own pace.

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Why do we always make New Year’s resolutions

Some people think about a hundred, or more, resolutions for their list, but they never bother to review them as soon as they’re done writing it all down! What about if this time you only plan on three goals?

It may not look like much, but you’ll see plenty of positive results if you meet all of them by years’ end.

-Take care of your health

-Take care of the people you love

-Make the best out of time

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What can you give to somebody who loves Yoga this Christmas?

Javier Salinas, one of our instructors for two years, published a wonderful book called Fifty ways to save your life (50 maneras de salvar tu vida, Urano, 2017). It is a beautifully designed book, with wonderful cover art, bright colors and a carefully selected typography, detailed pages and helpful advice.

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